Opinion / Zhao Huanxin

Zhao Huanxin

The author is deputy editor-in-chief of China Daily USA.

Fake and shoddy drugs a threat to people, challenge for administrators

[2017-12-08 10:58]

The CFDA is also seeking to revise the country’s Pharmaceutical Administration Law, by adding a clause stipulating that China should set up a professional team of national medicine inspectors to help ramp up safety control in the entire process of drug-making, selling and distribution.

Every reason for China, US to work together

[2017-11-30 07:14]

China-watchers in Washington have lamented the lack of a presidential speech on China for some time. So the Brookings Institution invited seven scholars last week and asked them to put themselves in the shoes of US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster and prepare such a speech.

Still hope US will join hands to combat climate change

[2017-11-09 07:35]

With a new round of UN Climate Change Conference being held in Bonn, Germany, from Monday to Nov 17, and with US President Donald Trump visiting China from Wednesday through Friday, many people feel nostalgic about those days when Beijing and Washington took the lead in pushing for and formally signed the 2015 Paris Agreement, showing a good example of big powers joining hands to meet global challenges.

False notion led to wrong impression about China

[2017-11-02 07:21]

It's a book that takes on conventional thinking-if not biases-held by many Americans about China, and very simply knocks it down.

China knows the importance of pollution control

[2017-10-26 07:29]

Toxic air, water and soil are responsible for the deaths of 9 million people worldwide each year, more than the number of people who succumb to war, malaria and AIDS combined, according to a study on the impact of pollution on global public health published in The Lancet on Friday.

Trump should be shown the complexity of China's reality

[2017-10-19 07:29]

The itinerary for US President Donald Trump's visit to China next month may already be ironed out, but David Lampton, a senior China expert in the United States, would like it to go beyond focusing on policy issues between the two countries.

Growing exchanges bringing US and China closer

[2017-10-12 07:24]

Today, 14,000 US students come to China each year to study, according to US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

Cognitively delayed rural children are an invisible crisis

[2017-09-28 07:41]

Stanford University economist Scott Rozelle caused quite a stir recently with his stark statistics regarding what he said was the human capital crisis in China.

Ambassador speaks out on issues affecting Americans

[2017-09-21 07:09]

Problems in China-US relations mostly come from the federal government, but it is always the US states which end up footing the bill, Cui said.

Controlling TB must be part of BRICS' story in 'golden decade'

[2017-09-07 07:33]

The 9th BRICS Summit that concluded in Xiamen, East China's Fujian province, on Tuesday has drawn the world's attention to the member nations' tremendous accomplishments and promises.

Are bomb shelters the only option to escape a nuclear war?

[2017-08-31 07:13]

US President Donald Trump warned on Tuesday that "all options" are again on the table after Pyongyang tested a ballistic missile, this time a rare firing of a projectile over Japan.

Barack drops Chinese proverbs, too

[2009-11-19 08:16]

When Barack Obama journeyed to the Great Wall yesterday, I was wondering if someone on his team, or the United States president himself, would come up with a Chinese saying or two to express his feelings.

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